Sony Ericsson P910 Gets FCC Approval

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Last week, Sony Ericsson announced the P910, a cellular-wireless handheld that uses Symbian’s UIQ platform. This device has now received approval for a U.S. release from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

This is a requirement because the P910 is clearly intended to be distributed in this country. In fact, Sony Ericsson has created a version that uses the North American GSM/GPRS frequencies.

Because this product has already been formally announced by its maker, there’s not much to learn from the documents filed with the FCC. However, those interested in buying a P910 when it becomes available might consider downloading and reading over the user manual.

All the documents on the P910 filed with the FCC can be found on this government agency’s web site.

An Overview of the Sony Ericsson P910

The P910 will be an updated version of Sony Ericsson’s current top-of-the-line model, the P900.

Sony Ericsson P910 The P910 will have a tablet shape with a small hinged flap just below the screen. This will have a numberpad on one side and a QWERTY keyboard on the other.

It will run Symbian OS v7.0 with UIQ providing the user interface. It will have 64 MB of RAM available to the user. Additional Storage space will be available by using a Memory Stick Duo.

The P910’s Touchscreen will have a resolution of 208 by 320 pixels. It will be able to display over 262,000 colors.

It will have a camera capable of taking both still images and video.

The Sony Ericsson P910 is expected to be available before the end of September.

More information on this cellular-wireless handheld is available in this article.

Thanks to Duncan from for the tip.

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